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William Shakespeare. Unit 3B. Why Shakespeare is Great. Greatest 2. Universality Timelessness Beauty Adaptability Age, time. About Shakespeare’s Life. 154 Birthplace Education Hathaway Playwright - 154 - plays Christian. His Career. King’s, Globe Money - mature - complex

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why shakespeare is great
Why Shakespeare is Great
  • Greatest
  • 2. Universality
  • Timelessness
  • Beauty
  • Adaptability
  • Age, time
about shakespeare s life
About Shakespeare’s Life
  • 154
  • Birthplace
  • Education
  • Hathaway
  • Playwright
  • - 154
  • - plays
  • Christian
his career
His Career
  • King’s, Globe
  • Money
  • - mature
  • - complex
  • - dialogue
his philosophy
His Philosophy
  • What, content
  • How, style
  • - functional
  • - explicit
  • - moral tone
  • Theme, purpose
  • Realism, lovely, respect
random facts
Random Facts
  • Performed
  • Longest
  • all

honorificabilitudinitatibus

sonnets
Sonnets
  • Autobiographical, sequences
  • - fatherly
  • - faults
  • - Cupid
sonnet 18
“Sonnet 18”
  • Best
  • Man differ, death
  • Sun, sun going behind the

clouds

  • The sonnet
  • Life
  • Yes, Shakespeare’s sonnet

lives, and it does give life to

the subject.

  • English, 3 quatrains and a couplet
  • Italian
  • - But
sonnet 73
“Sonnet 73”
  • Paradox
  • Autumn
  • children
sonnet 116
“Sonnet 116”
  • Love, time
  • Argument
  • - 18
  • Faithful
  • Faithfulness and endurance—True love accepts without seeking to change the other person. Time and circumstances do not change true love.
  • Grim Reaper
sonnet 146
“Sonnet 146”
  • Lady
  • Death, beauty, inner
  • Apostrophe
  • Priorities
  • The body
  • Religious
  • Italian
  • Slave, inversely
  • More, eternal
  • Buildings
  • Death
  • Paradox, physical, fear
terms
Terms
  • Opposition
  • Truth
  • “To Be or Not to Be”
  • Real
  • Dressing
  • Universal
  • Tragic flaw
general information about the play
General Information about the Play
  • Tragedies
  • Banquo
  • Scotland
  • Destiny, soul, monster, fall
  • Tragedy, triumphs, Biblical
act i s cene i
Act I, scene i
  • Tone, pathetic
  • - weird, fate
  • - fates
  • - not, same, Scripture,

not

  • - conflict, chorus
  • + reversal
  • + paradox
  • + order
  • + reality
act i scene ii
Act I, scene ii
  • Begins, order
  • King
  • Hest
  • Loyal
  • ** villain
  • blood
act i scene iii
Act I, scene iii
  • Ironic, victorious, stormy, Macbeth
  • King
  • - prophecies
  • Banquo
  • - paradox
  • - foils
  • Fulfilled, obsessed
  • Truths, opposite
  • intentions
act i scene iv
Act I, scene iv
  • Execution
  • Irony
  • Repented, soul, escape
act i scene v
Act I, scene v
  • Letter, kill
  • Guiding
  • Feminine, order
  • Soliloquy, evil, willingly, no,

innocent, evil

  • Memorable
  • - antithesis
  • - ambition, flaw
  • - Great Chain, Being
  • - Eve, Jezebel
  • - After
  • - Before
  • builds
act i scene vi
Act I, scene vi
  • Castle
  • Mood
  • Birds
  • Ironic
  • - horror
act i scene vii
Act I, scene vii
  • Consequences, death
  • Guest
  • Crossbow, arrow
  • Ambition, regicide
act ii scene i
Act II, Scene i
  • Evil
  • Good
  • -honor
  • -conscience
  • -loyalty
  • Dagger
  • Evil, off, bloody, evil
  • Reality, literal, abstract
  • Bell, hell
  • Conflicted, sees the horror of the deed which he is planning
act ii scene ii
Act II, scene ii
  • The groom’s snoring, Macbeth’s descent on the stairs, the owl’s scream, the cricket’s cry, the knocking within
  • Father
  • Kills
  • “amen,” hell, mad
  • Sleep, innocence
  • Knocking, horror
  • Pilate, irony
  • Lady Macbeth
  • Lady Macbeth- calm, Macbeth- horrified
act ii scene iii
Act II, scene iii
  • Evils, prose, Language
  • Upset
  • Macduff, dawn
  • Temple, holy
  • Servants
  • afraid
act ii scene iv
Act II, scene iv
  • Falcon, owl
  • Pathetic fallacy
  • Order
  • Macbeth
act iii s cene i
Act III, scene i
  • King
  • Fulfilled
  • Banquo’s, Fleance’s
  • Banquo, Fleance
  • Malcolm, Donalbain
  • Irony
  • Feelings of jealousy because he has no male heirs, and he is afraid that Banquo’s son Fleance will succeed him as king according to the witches’ prophecy
act iii scene ii
Act III, scene ii
  • Bolder, despair
  • Futile, protectiveness, true
  • Sleep, Duncan’s
  • Night, darkness
  • Hide, wife’s, life, death
act iii scene iii
Act III, scene iii
  • Macbeth’s, Banquo, Fleance
  • Third, Macbeth
  • Banquo, Fleance, turns, children, failure
  • Turning point, conscience, crown
  • Death
  • death, order
act iii scene iv
Act III, scene iv
  • Banquet, ensnare, reverse, ghost, avenge, ghost
  • Banquo’s, Fleance’s
  • Blood
  • Banquo, irony, returns,

irony, theme

  • Fit, dismiss, order, symbolic
  • Supernatural, downfall
  • Banquo’s, Hecate
  • Supernatural, foreboding
  • Nature, crimes
  • Banquo’s, Duncan, Banquo, Banquo, ambition, bloodshed
  • Banquo, villain, James I
  • seek
act iii scene v
Act III, scene v
  • Thunder, lightning
  • Pathetic fallacy
  • Hecate, Greek
  • Rhyme
  • Foreshadows, security
act iii scene vi
Act III, scene vi
  • Objective, ironic
  • Ironic, Duncan
  • After, killed, killing, Macduff
  • ideal

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